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32" AKDY Freestanding Electric Fireplace Heater (White or Brown) EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 32" AKDY Freestanding Electric Fireplace Insert Heater for $99.99. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available if stock permits. Thanks FedExChik & Straycat76

Available in:Alternatively, Wayfair has 32" AKDY Freestanding Electric Fireplace Insert Heater for $99.55. Shipping is free.

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  • Brown (FP0088) $99.55
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This fireplace insert is suitable for heating up to 400 sq. ft. of space and features a safety thermal cut-off to prevent overheating. -johnny_miller

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It depends on how much you use it. It is rated at 1400 Watts, so at an average cost in the U.S. for electricity at around 12 cents per kWh, you'll pay about 17 cents per hour for the electricity to use this.
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FYI, March is the time frame when you typically see a lot of heater clearance deals posted. I've bought a couple of fireplaces over the past couple of years from SD posts. You'll see more in the next few weeks.
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True. Natural gas fire place are eco friendly in the sense that natural gas has less demand and more production (byproduct of petroleum refinement.. you know the one that makes our gasoline for car). In some refineries the natural gas is literally burnt off via high tower because it's not as much in demand as electricity. On the other hand electricity is so much in demand, the utility company has to "buy more" from coal fired power plants during peak time. I try to use as much gas as possible. To cook, to dry clothes and to heat house. Majority part of my gas bill is "delivery charges" which go towards maintaining the pipes and infrastructure it takes to deliver gas rather than gas itself.. just another point on how gas is cheap and more eco friendly than electricity. If you can, stick to gas!
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Also available in brown for the same price.

Link [homedepot.com]
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Also available in brown for the same price.

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Does it state anywhere what the electricity consumption is per year?
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Does it state anywhere what the electricity consumption is per year?
It depends on how much you use it. It is rated at 1400 Watts, so at an average cost in the U.S. for electricity at around 12 cents per kWh, you'll pay about 17 cents per hour for the electricity to use this.
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also have a 27" version same price
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Can I use it with just the led function without using heat
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Can I use it with just the led function without using heat
Nvm "Flame operational without heat: yes"
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Nvm "Flame operational without heat: yes"
That's a very good find. Without using the convection heating, it probably only draws a dozen or so watts for the LED lighting, so you're looking at pennies a week for operation. Using the 1400 Watt electric heating to warm up a room would be maybe several to 5 times more expensive per unit of heat than using a natural gas fireplace insert, but those start around $800.
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That's a very good find. Without using the convection heating, it probably only draws a dozen or so watts for the LED lighting, so you're looking at pennies a week for operation. Using the 1400 Watt electric heating to warm up a room would be maybe several to 5 times more expensive per unit of heat than using a natural gas fireplace insert, but those start around $800.
True. Natural gas fire place are eco friendly in the sense that natural gas has less demand and more production (byproduct of petroleum refinement.. you know the one that makes our gasoline for car). In some refineries the natural gas is literally burnt off via high tower because it's not as much in demand as electricity. On the other hand electricity is so much in demand, the utility company has to "buy more" from coal fired power plants during peak time. I try to use as much gas as possible. To cook, to dry clothes and to heat house. Majority part of my gas bill is "delivery charges" which go towards maintaining the pipes and infrastructure it takes to deliver gas rather than gas itself.. just another point on how gas is cheap and more eco friendly than electricity. If you can, stick to gas!
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Free shipping, I'll give it a whirl
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Lowes duraflame units has more realistic flame effects for 160. Worth the extra money .
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Winter time electricity is much cheaper than summer time , so it's wise to buy a room electric heater like this instead of running your whole house gas heater. I live in ca and our pg&e gas bill running the heater during the winter set at 69 or 70 cost me 100 to 120 bucks a month in gas. Stupid. Electricity was much cheaper option to run during winter so I bought one of these units since I stay in the family room even night. Running this every night when I came home from work for about 8 hours lowered by gas bill to 20.00 a month . Electricity went up 15.00 running this unit. You do the math , if you only need to heat one section of your house this is a wise product to buy !
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FYI, March is the time frame when you typically see a lot of heater clearance deals posted. I've bought a couple of fireplaces over the past couple of years from SD posts. You'll see more in the next few weeks.
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